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The process hierarchy shows all the process levels in the process model. The first node is the top level, process model. Connected to it are all the subprocesses included in the top-level process. Connected to a subprocess are all subprocesses included in this subprocess level and so on. If you have not used any subprocesses, only the name of the process model is visible.

 

Modifying Elements

By selecting a process level and using the pop-up menu (click the right mouse button) you can set properties of the whole model or the selected process level, expand or collapse the hierarchy, run a QPR Script, or open a flow chart of the level. Process hierarchy cannot be modified. The connections to detail elements cannot be modified either but these model elements can be accessed the same way. You can also remove process steps by pressing the Delete key when the desired process step is selected. Depending on the type of the element and the column in the view, the value in a cell can be edited by typing in the value, selecting a checkbox, or selecting the value from a drop-down menu. Note that all values, such as "Last Changed", are not editable.

 

 

See the Navigator View Settings topic for information on how to define the settings for the view.

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